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Izzy, Ippies Honor City Limits
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Waking the Dead
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Art Installation Measures World Oil Consumption In Skyscapers
Play Reflects Rage And Resilience In Katrina's Aftermath
From 'Fun City' To Crisis State: John Lindsay and Hugh Carey
A Poster Child For Poverty In Harlem Speaks Back
Hip Hop For The Deaf And The Def'
El Museo del Barrio Exhibits '60s Guerilla Artist
Hasidic Rapper Promotes Racial Harmony In Crown Heights
Bronx Museum Revisits The Civil Rights Movement
Behind The Scenes Of An Eviction
Bed-Stuy Sounds Off At Town Hall Meeting, Paterson Signs Bill
Tough Love In The Big City
Pot Smoke, Dead Elevators & Killer Paint: Life in the Towers
Growing Grown-Ups In Harlem
In This Recession Pain Has A Color
The Search for the Smoking Gun
The development of a vibrant and thriving arts community is only natural in a city as diverse as New York. While City Limits is most identified with thorough and hard-hitting social and political reportage, our breadth of arts and culture-based coverage will surprise and enlighten you.
The Manhattan borough president wants the DOE to do a better job tracking arts education in the schools—and a better job supporting it.
A report by the city comptroller finds steep disparities in arts education throughout the DOE. A City Limits investigation last year reported that many aspects of education reform worked to squeeze out the arts.
The end might be near for the leftist radio station, says a veteran radio journalist who wants organized labor to step up to the plate.
Camilo José Vergara, who wrote and photographed for us in the 80s and 90s, became the first photographer to win the National Humanities Medal.
Three of New York's boroughs are among the eight least broadband-connected counties in New York State, according to data published Friday.
There's a new player in the New York civic news game: MetroFocus, a website run by WNET that will eventually evolve into a regular nighttime television broadcast.
As the 10th anniversary of the tragedy approaches, a look at how one WTC widow has tried to teach children about the attacks.
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What time is it? Showtime or "No" time? A visitor to New York wonders why the city is cracking down on one of the things that makes it unique.
Held on Wednesday October 3rd at Galapagos Art Space in downtown Brooklyn, the inaugural series in our Tackling Poverty Conversation & Networking Series brought advocates, researchers, elected officials and ordinary citizens together to discuss strategies for improving New York City's education outcomes.
A 2006 study looking deeper into potential WTE options for New York City, and into whether a demonstration project was advisable.